Cambridge Historical Journal
vol. 1, 1923/25 – vol. 13, 1957

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Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25
J.B. BURY, A Lost Caesarea, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 1
C.W. PREVITÉ-ORTON, Recent Work in Italian Medieval History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 10
Ernest SATOW, Peacemaking, Old and New, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 23
G.P. GOOCH, Baron von Holstein, the "Mystery Man" fo the German Foreign Office, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 61
C.R. FAY, The Miller and the Baker, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 85
J.H. CLAPHAM, The Growth of an Agrarian Proletariat: 1688-1832; a Statistical Note, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 92
W.F.F. GRACE, Russia and the Times in 1863 and 1873, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 95
Hilary JENKINSON, Plea Rolls of the Medieval County Courts, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 103
B.K. MARTIN, The Resignation of Lord Palmerston in 1853. Extracts from unpublished letters of Queen Victoria and Lord Aberdeen, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 107
H.W.V. TEMPERLEY; L.M. PENSON, Note on Modern Diplomatic, Colonial and other records at present available for study at Cambridge, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 113
J.S. REID, Some aspects of Local Autonomy in the Roman Empire, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 121
Helen CAM, The Marshalsy of the Eyre, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 126
J. Holland ROSE, Napoleon and Sea Power, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 138
H.W.V. TEMPERLEY; C.K. WEBSTER, British Policy in th publication of Diplomatic Documents under Castlereagh and Canning, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 158
G.P. GOOCH, The Eastern Crisis of 1840: Extracts from the unpublished papers of Lord John Russell, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 170
J.L. MORISON, Lord Elgin in India, 1862-3, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 178
J.B. BURY, The End of Roman Rule in North Gaul, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 197
J.H. CLAPHAM, Tithe Surveys as a Source of Agrarian History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 201
C.W. CRAWLEY, A forgotten Prophecy (Greece, 1820-1), in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 209
H.W.V. TEMPERLEY, Some additions to the Manuscript Records at Cambridge: (I) The Donald Mackenzie Wallace Papers, (II) MSS. of the Duke of Argyll (1711-2), (III) The Ward Papers, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 214
Stanley LEATHES, Editorial Methods of Sir Adolphus W. Ward: Cambridge Modern History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 219
G.P. GOOCH, Editorian Methods of Sir Adolphus W. Ward: Cambridge History of British Foreign Policy, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 222
J.P. WHITNEY, Peter Damiani and Humbert, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 225
E.A. BENIANS, Adam Smith's Project of Empire, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 249
Don Agustin EDWARDS, Foreign Policy in Latin America, historically considered, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 284
Ernest SATOW, Pacta sunt servanda, or International Guarantee, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 295
F.E. ADCOCK, On Thucydides, Bd III. c. 17, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 319
Caroline A.J. SKEEL, The Pardon of Gilbert de Lannoy, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 322
Elizabeth F. MALCOLM-SMITH; W.A. GAULD, Rechberg and Bismarck on the Eastern Question: (a) Rechberg, 4 Dec. 1859, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 323
Elizabeth F. MALCOLM-SMITH; W.A. GAULD, Rechberg and Bismarck on the Eastern Question: (b) Bismarck, Notice confidentielle, 12 Feb. 1878, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 327
Helen CAM, A Postscript [to: The Marshalsy of the Eyre], in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 333
Ernest SATOW, Congress of Aix-la-Chapelle (1818), in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 334
H.W.V. TEMPERLEY, Additions to the Manuscript Records at Cambridge: Foreign and Colonial Office Papers, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 335
W.F. REDDAWAY, On Mackenzie Wallace Papers, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 1, 1923/25, p. 336

Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28
M. P. CHARLESWORTH, The Fear of the Orient in the Roman Empire, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 9
Eileen POWER, The English Wool Trade in the reign of Edward IV, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 17
A.B.C. COBBAN, Edmund Burke and the Origins of the Theory of Nationaliy, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 36
P.C. VELLACOTT, The Diary of a Country Gentleman in 1688, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 48
Frederic MILLER, The Middleburgh Staple, 1383-88, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 63
B.L. MANNING, Wyaclif and the House of Herod, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 66
Harold TEMPERLEY, Lord Acton on the Origins of the War of 1870 with some Unpublished Documents, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 68
I.F.D. MORROW, An Unpublished Memorandum on the Straits Question, by Baron (later Count) von Aehrenthal, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 83
Gilbert TUCKER, Additions to the Manuscript Records at Cambridge: Official. Public Record Office, Cambridge. The Colonial Records: A Cross-section of the Colonial Records at Cambridge (C.O. 44-5-6-7); The Colonial Series (Miscellaneous C.O. 412), in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 88
W.F. REDDAWAY, Additions to the Manuscript Records at Cambridge: Unofficial: The Mackenzie Wallace Papers (Cambridge University Library), in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 91
F.E. ADCOCK, Literary Tradition and Early Greek Code-makers, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 95
G. LAPSLEY, John de Warenne and the quo waranto Proceedings in 1279, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 110
H.O. EVENNETT, The Cardinal of Lorraine and the Colloquy of Poissy, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 133
J.W. HEADLAM-MORLEY, Treaties of Guarantee, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 151
A.R. HARTRIDGE, Edward I's Exercise of the Right of Presentation to Benefices as shown by the Patent Rolls, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 171
Anthony STEEL, The Distribution of Assignments in the Treasurer's Receipt Roll, Michaelmas, 1364-5, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 178
H. BUTTERFIELD, A French Minister at Vienna, 1806-7, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 185
J.P. WHITNEY, The late Professor J.B. Bury: An Impression, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 191
   The late Professor J.B. Bury: His Views on the Science of History, with a Recent letter by Professor Bury on Personal Bias in the Writing of History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 194
L.F. SALZMAN, The Legal Status of Markets, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 205
Z.N. BROOKE, The effect of Becket's murder on Papal Authority in England, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 213
William MILLER, Recent Works on Medieval, Turkish and Modern Greece, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 229
J.R.M. BUTLER, Origin of Lord John Russell's Despatch of Oct. 16, 1839, on the tenure of Crown Offices in the Colonies, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 248
D.L. BURN, Canada and the Repeal of the Corn Laws, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 252
Ethel M. HAMPSON, Cambridgeshire County and the Poor Law, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 273
E.R. ADAIR, The Law of Nations and the Common Law of England, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 290
Harold TEMPERLEY, Lord Granville's Unpublished Memo. to Queen Victoria on Foreign Policy, 1852, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 298
R.E. PRIESTLY, List of Research Theses and Research Degrees of Students in the University, 1927-8, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 2, 1926/28, p. 302
   Index to Volume II, p. 303

Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31
F.M. STENTON, Acta Episcoporum, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 1
Kathleen L. WOOD-LEGH, The Appropriation of Parish Churches during the Reign of Edward III, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 15
T.H. MARSHALL, Capitalism and the Decline of the English Gilds, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 23
J. Holland ROSE, British West India Commerce as a Factor in the Napoleonic War, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 34
C.W. CRAWLEY, Anglo-Russian Relations, 1815-40, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 47
Irene M. HARPER, The First Complete Exploration of Hudson's Bay, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 74
Harold TEMPERLEY; Charles K. WEBSTER, The Duel between Castlereagh and Canning in 1809, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 83
I.J. ROUSSEAU, Unpublished Letters of Wellington, July-August 1812, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 96
F.S. RODNEY, Colonel Campbell's Report on Egypt in 1840 with Palmerston's Comments, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 102
T.S. TSAING, China, England and Russia in 1860, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 115
R.E. PRIESTLY, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 122
Frances M. PAGE, The Customary Poor Law of three Cambridgeshire Manors, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 125
H.J. PYBUS, The Emperor Frederick II and the Sicilian Church, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 134
Ernest BARKER, The Authorship of the Vindiciae contra Tyrannos, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 164
R.E. BALFOUR, The Action Française Movement, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 182
John SALTMARSH, The Office of Receiver-General on the Estates of King's College, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 206
Henry MARCZALI, A Hungarian Magnate at Cambridge in 1787, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 212
R.E. PRIESTLY, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 218
B.L. HALLWARD, Cicero as Historian, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 221
Steven RUNCIMAN, Some Remarks on the Image of Edessa, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 238
G.M. TREVELYAN, Peterborough and Barcelona, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 253
W.F. REDDAWAY, Macartney, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 260
G.F. HICKSON, Palmerston and the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 295
J.D. WARD, Sir Henry Bulwer and the United States Archives, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 304
Harold TEMPERLEY; Charles K. WEBSTER, The Duel between Castlereagh and Canning in 1809, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 314
R.E. PRIESTLY, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 3, 1929/31, p. 315

Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34
J.P. WHITNEY, The Growth of Papal Jurisdiction and Leo the Great, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 1
Kathleen L. WOOD-LEGH, Some Aspects of the History of the Chantries during the Reign of Edward III, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 26
E. WELBOURNE, Bankruptcy before the Era of Victorian Reform, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 51
Ian F.D. MORROW, The Foreign Policy of Prince von Bülow, 1898-1909, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 63
Doris M. GILL, The Relationship between the Treasury and the Excise and Customs Commissioners (1660-1714), in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 94
Harold TEMPERLEY, Lord A. Loftus and Count Beust on Russian Influences at Berlin, July-August, 1870, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 100
R.E. PRIESTLY, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 103
M.P. CHARLESWORTH, The Tradition about Caligula, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 105
E.E. RICH, The Mayors of the Staples, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 120
C.R. FAY, Locke versus Lowndes, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 143
Harold TEMPERLEY, British Policy towards Parliamentary Rule and Constitutionalism in Turkey (1830-1914) [I. Palmerston and Stratford de Redcliffe, 1830-58 p. 156 — II. Stratford de Redcliffe and Bulwer p. 160 — III: Palmerston, Russell and Derby p. 163 — IV. The fall of Abdul Aziz, 1876 p. 166 — V. Midhat Pasha in power, 1876-7 p. 171 — VI. The fall of Midhat p. 176 — VII. Midhat's Constitution p. 178 — VIII. Layard, Fitzmaurice and Gladstone p. 182 — IX. The "Young Turks" and the fall of Abdul Hamid p. 186 — X. The ideas of Sir Edward Grey p. 190], in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 156
E.E. RICH, List of Officials of the Staple of Westminster, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 192
J.H. CLAPHAM, A Thirteenth-Century Market Town: Linton, Cambs, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 194
R.E. PRIESTLY, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 203
V.H. GALBRAITH, Monastic Foundation Charters of the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 205
W.F. REDDAWAY, Great Britain and Poland, 1762-72, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 223
J.P.T. BURY, Gambetta and the Revolution of 4 September 1870, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 263
B.H. SUMNER, Lord Augustus Loftus and the Eastern Crisis of 1875-1878, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 283
V.H. GALBRAITH, Documents illustrating Monastic Foundation Charters of the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries. Three Appendices, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 296
Jean MCLACHLAN, Documents illustrating Anglo-Spanish Trade between the Commercial Treaty of 1667 and the Commercial Treaty and the Asiento Contract of 1713, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 299
H.E. HOWARD, Brunnow's Reports on Aberdeen, 1853, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 312
R.E. PRIESTLY, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 4, 1932/34, p. 322

Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37
G.T. GRIFFITH, An Early Motive of Roman Imperialism (201 B.C.), in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 1-14
G.C. COULTON, Nationalism in the Middle Ages, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 15-40
D. NOBBS, Philip Nye on Church and State, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 41-59
G.B. HENDERSON, The Eclipse of Lord John Russell (1855), in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 60-86
Lillian M. PENSON, The Principles and Methods of Lord Salisbury's Foreign Policy, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 87-106
J.H. PLUMB; Alan SIMPSON, A Letter of William Prince of Orange to Danby on the Flight of James II, text with comment, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 107-108
C.R. FAY, Newton and the Gold Standard, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 109-117
J.T. SAUNDERS, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 118
Gaillard LAPSLEY, Some Recent Advance in English Constitutional History (before 1485), in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 119-161
Dom David KNOWLES, The Case of Saint William of York, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 162-177
G.P. GOOCH, Kiderlen-Wächter, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 178-192
F.R. SALTER, The Jews in Fifteenth-Century Florence and Savonarola's Establishment of a Mons Pietatis, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 193-211
Dom David KNOWLES, The Case of Saint William of York, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 212-214
Alice M.C. CARTER, New Light on th Pact of Osborne, 9 August 1857, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 215-223
J.T. SAUNDERS, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 224
J.E.A. JOLLIFFE, Alod and Fee, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 225-234
J.H. PLUMB, Elections to the Convention Parliament of 1689, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 235-254
H. BUTTERFIELD, Lord North and Mr. Robinson, 1779, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 255-279
R.J. KERNER, Russia's New Policy in the Near East after the Peace of Adrianople; including the text of the Protocol of 16 September 1829, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 280-290
W.O. AYDELOTTE, First German Colony and its Diplomatic Consequences, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 291-313
Harold TEMPERLEY, More Light on th Pact of Osborne, 9 August 1857, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 315-323
J.T. SAUNDERS, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 5, 1935/37, p. 325

Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40
Harold TEMPERLEY, British Secret Diplomacy from Canning to Grey, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 1
Anthony STEEL, The Receipt of the Exchequer, 1413-32, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 33
Jean MCLACHLAN, The Uneasy Neutrality. A Study of Anglo-Spanish disputes over Spanish ships prized 1756-59, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 55
Percival SPEAR, Bentinck and Education, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 78
Beryl SMALLEY, A Collection of Paris Lectures of the Later Twelfth Century in the MS Pembroke College, Cambridge 7, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 103
William MILLER, Recent Works on Medieval, Turkish and Modern Greece, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 115
J.T. SAUNDERS, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 121
A.H. MCDONALD, The History of Rome and Italy in the Second Century B.C., in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 124
F.L. GANSHOF, Benefice and Vassalage in the Ages of Charlemagne, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 147
C.W. CRAWLEY, French and English Influences in the Cortes of Cadiz, 1810-14, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 176
Mary RANSOME, The Press in the General Election of 1710, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 209
J.T. SAUNDERS, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 223
Geoffrey BARRACLOUGH, Edward I and Adolf of Nassau. A chapter of mediaeval diplomatic history, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 225
J.H. PARRY, The Audiencia of New Galicia in the Sixteenth Century, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 263
Eric A. WALKER, The Jameson Raid, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 283
F. ENGEL DE JANÖSI, The Correspondence between Lord Acton and Bishop Creighton, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 307
J.T. SAUNDERS, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 6, 1938/40, p. 323

Cambridge Historical Journal 7, 1941/43
P. GRIERSON, Election and Inheritance in Germanic Kingship, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 7, 1941/43, p. 1
John SALTMARSH, Plague and Economic Decline in England in the Later Middle Ages, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 7, 1941/43, p. 23
B. BEHRENS, The Whig Theory of the Constitution in the Reign of Charles II, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 7, 1941/43, p. 42
J.T. SAUNDERS, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 7, 1941/43, p. 72
H.D. WESTLAKE, Timoleon and the Reconstruciton of Syracuse, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 7, 1941/43, p. 73
Margaret DEANSLEY, The Court of King Æthelberht of Kent, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 7, 1941/43, p. 101
Harold TEMPERLEY; G.B. HENDERSON, Disraeli and Palmerston in 1857, or, the Dangers of Explanations in Parliament, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 7, 1941/43, p. 115
J.T. SAUNDERS, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 7, 1941/43, p. 127
F. DVORNÍK, The First Wave of the Drang nach Osten, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 7, 1941/43, p. 129
David KNOWLES, The Cultural Influence of English Medieval Monasticism, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 7, 1941/43, p. 146
Charles SMYTH, The Evangelical Movement in Perspective, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 7, 1941/43, p. 160
J.T. SAUNDERS, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 7, 1941/43, p. 175

Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46
Z.N. BROOKE; C.N.L. BROOKE, Hereford Cathedral Dignitaries in the Twelfth Century, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 1
G.N. CLARK, The Barbary Corsairs in the Seventeenth Century, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 22
C.D. BROAD, The New Philosophy: Bruno to Descartes, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 36
W.J. SARTAIN, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 55
G.N. CLARK, The origin of the Cambridge Modern History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 57
B.H.G. WORMALD, How Hyde became a Royalist, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 65
Norman SYKES, Archibishop Wake and the Whig Party: 1716-23. A Study in Incompatibility of Temperment, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 93
W.J. SARTAIN, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 113
   Sir John Clapham, 1873-1946 [Obituary], in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 115
F.E. ADCOCK, Delenda est Carthago, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 117
H.G. KOENIGSBERGER, The Revolt of Palermo in 1647, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 129
Helen CAM, Quo Warranto Proceedings at Cambridge 1780-1790, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 145
Henry DALE, Experiment in Medicine, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 166
Z.N. BROOKE; C.N.L. BROOKE, Hereford Cathedral Dignitaries in the Twelfth Century — Supplement, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 179
H. BUTTERFIELD, Journal of Lord Acton: Rome 1857, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 186
   Bibliography of Sir John Clapham, C.B.E., Litt.D., F.B.A., in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 205
W.J. SARTAIN, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 8, 1944/46, p. 207
   Index, p. 209

Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49
Cyril FOX, Reflections on The Archæology of the Cambridge Region, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 1
M.D. KNOWLES, Some Recent Advances in the History of Medieval Thought, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 22
K.B. MCFARLANE, Loans to the Lancastrian Kings: the Problem of Inducement, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 51
A.H. MACLEAN, George Lawson and John Locke, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 69
J.O. MCLACHLAN, The Origin and Early Development of the Cambridge Historical Tripos, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 78
Maurice POWICKE, Three Cambridge Scholars: C.W. Previté-Orton, Z.N. Brooke and G.G. Coulton, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 106
C.N.L. BROOKE, Bibliography of Professor Z.N. Brooke, Litt.D., F.B.A., in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 117
P. GRIERSON, Bibliography of Professor C.W. Previté-Orton, Litt.D., F.B.A., in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 118
E. LANGSTADT, Select List of the Historical Writings of G.G. Coulton, Litt.D., F.B.A., in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 120
W.J. SARTAIN, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 126
Helen CAM, Stubbs Seventy Years After, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 129
Peter LASLETT, The Gentry of Kent in 1640, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 148
J.P.T. BURY, The end of the Napoleonic Senate, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 165
A. BRIGGS, Thomas Attwood and the Economic Background of the Birmingham Political Union, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 190
K.T.B. BUTLER, A 'Petty' Professor of Modern History: William Smyth (1765-1849), in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 217
A.R. HALL, Sir Isaac Newton's Note-book, 1661-5, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 239
H.W.T. TEMPERLEY, The Origin of the War of 1914, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 251
W.J. SARTAIN, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 257
Walter ULLMANN, The Disputed Election of Hugh Balsham, Bishop of Ely, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 259
J. EHRMAN, William III and the Emergence of a Mediterranean Naval Policy, 1692-4, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 269
H. BUTTERFIELD, Charles James Fox and the Whig Opposition in 1792, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 293
Anthony STEEL, Anthony Merry and the Anglo-American Dispute about Impressment, 1803-6, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 331
A.B. HIBBERT, Catalan Consulates in the Thirteenth Century, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 352
D. MACK SMITH, Cavour's Attitude to Garibaldi's Expedition to Sicily, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 359
W.J. SARTAIN, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 9, 1947/49, p. 371

Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52
C.H. TALBOT, New Documents in the Case of Saint William of York, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 1
G. TEMPLEMAN, Edward I and the Historians, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 16
J. GALLAGHER, Fowell Buxton and the New African Policy, 1838-42, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 36
W.E. MOSSE, The Negotiations for a Franco-Russian Convention, November 1856, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 59
Aelred WATKIN, Gasquet and the Acton-Simpson Correspondence, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 75
T.A.M. BISHOP, A Chancery Scribe: Stephen of Fougères, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 106
W.J. SARTAIN, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 108
C.N.L. BROOKE, The Composotion of the Chapter of St Paul's, 1086-1163, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 111
R.C. SMAIL, Crusaders' Castles of the Twelfth Century, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 133
G.R. ELTON, Thomas Cromwell's Decline and Fall, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 150
J.G.A. POCOCK, Robert Brady, 1627-1700. A Cambridge Historian of the Restoration, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 186
W.E. MOSSE, The Crown and Foreign Policy. Queen Victoria and the Austro-Prussian Conflict, March-May 1866, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 205
K.A. BALLAHTCHET, The Home Government and Bentinck's Educational Policy, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 224
W.J. SARTAIN, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 230
A.G. WOODHEAD, The State Health Service in Ancient Greece, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 235
D.J.V. FISHER, The Anti-Monastic Reaction in the Reign of Edward the Martyr, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 254
Lady STENTON, The Pipe Rolls and the Historians, 1600-1883, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 271
Asa BRIGGS, The Background of the Parliamentary Reform Movement in Three English Cities (1830-2), in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 293
A. Lane POOLE, F.W. Maitland and R. Lane Poole, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 318
Adrian MOREY, Canonist Evidence in the Case of St. William of York, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 352
M.D. KNOWLES, Note on Recent Advance in the History of Medieval Thought, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 354
W.J. SARTAIN, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degrees in History, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 10, 1950/52, p. 359

Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55
A.H.M. JONES, The Athenian Democracy and its Critics, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 1
H. BUTTERFIELD, Acton and the Massacre of St Bartholomew, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 27
R.W.K. HINTON, Government and Libery under James I, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 48
J.D. HARGREAVES, Entente Manquée: Anglo-French Relations, 1895-1896, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 65
Eric A. WALKER, The Franchise in Southern Africa, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 93
Walter HULLMANN, The Origins of the Ottonianum, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 114
L.M. HARVEY, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degree in the Faculty of History, 1952-1953, and of Historical Theses in other Faculties, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 129
Richard MAYNE, East and West in 1054, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 133
G.R. ELTON, Informing for Profit: A Sidelight on Tudor Methods of Law-enforcement, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 149
George CLARK, The Character of the Nine Years War, 1688-97, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 168
E.E. RICH, The Hudson's Bay Company and the Treaty of Utrecht, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 183
A.P. THORNTON, Afghanistan in Anglo-Russian Diplomacy, 1869-1873, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 204
Roy PRICE, Italy and the Outbreak of the First World War, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 219
K.A. BALLHATCHET, John Stuart Mill and Indian Education, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 228
J.P.T. BURY, Gambetta in England: An Unpublished Letter, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 229
L.M. HARVEY, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degree in the Faculty of History 1953-1954, and of Historical Theses in other Faculties, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 231
Walter ULLMANN, The Pontificate of Adrian IV, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 233
J.H. ELLIOTT, The King and the Catalans, 1621-1640, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 253
J.P. KENYON, The Earl of Sunderland and the Revolution of 1688, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 272
W.E. MOSSE, How Russia made peace, September 1855-April 1856, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 297
V.G. KIERNAN, Kashghar and the Politics of Central Asia, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 317
A.G. KELLER, A Byzantine Admirer of 'Western' Progress: Cardinal Bessarion, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 343
Eric ROBINSON, An English Jacobin: James Watt Junior, 1869-1848, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 349
L.M. HARVEY, List of Subjects of Theses by Cambridge University Students working for the Ph.D. or M.Litt. Degree in the Faculty of History 1954-1955, and of Historical Theses in other Faculties, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 11, 1953/55, p. 356

Cambridge Historical Journal 12, 1956
C.N.L. BROOKE, Gregorian Reform in Action: Clerical Marriage in England, 1050-1200, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 12, 1956, p. 1
J. SCARISBRICK, The Pardon of the Clergy, 1531, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 12, 1956, p. 22
Peter LASLETT, The English Revolution and Locke's Two Treatises of Government, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 12, 1956, p. 40
J.D. HARGREAVES, The Establishment of the Sierra Leone Protectorate and the Insurrection of 1898, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 12, 1956, p. 56
F.C. SPOONER, The Principle of Utility: the Contribution of Ferdinando Galiani, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 12, 1956, p. 81
R.W.K. HINTON, Review Article: Jean Bodin. Six Books of the Commonwealth (Abridged and translated by M.J. Tooley), in: Cambridge Historical Journal 12, 1956, p. 83
   Reviews, p. 89
V. VALE, Clarendon, Coventry and the Sale of Naval Offices, 1660-8, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 12, 1956, p. 107
L.R. LEWITTER, Peter the Great and the Polish Election of 1697, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 12, 1956, p. 126
Ian R. CHRISTIE, Economical Reform and 'The Influence of the Crown' 1780, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 12, 1956, p. 144
G.F.A. BEST, The Religious Difficulties of National Education in England, 1800-70, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 12, 1956, p. 155
H.E. WALKER, Bede and the Gewissae: the Political Evolution of the Haptarchy and its Nomenclature, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 12, 1956, p. 174
C.N.L. BROOKE, Married men among the English higher Clergy, 1066-1200, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 12, 1956, p. 187
   Reviews, p. 189

Cambridge Historical Journal 13, 1957
Clayton ROBERTS, The Impeachment of the Earl of Clarendon, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 13, 1957, p. 1
O.W. FURLEY, The Whig Exclusionists: Pamphlet Literature in the Exclusion Campaign, 1679-81, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 13, 1957, p. 19
D. MACK SMITH, Cavour and Parliament, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 13, 1957, p. 37
John ROACH, Liberalism and the Victorian Intelligentsia, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 13, 1957, p. 58
J.P. KENYON, Review Article: The Reign of Charles II, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 13, 1957, p. 82
   Reviews, p. 86
David DOUGLAS, The Norman Episcopate before the Norman Conquest, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 13, 1957, p. 101
R.W.K. HINTON, The Decline of Parliamentary Government under Elizabeth I and the early Stuarts, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 13, 1957, p. 116
A.H. WOOLRYCH, The Good Old Cause and the Fall of the Protectorate, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 13, 1957, p. 133
C.W. CRAWLEY, John Capodistrias and the Greeks before 1821, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 13, 1957, p. 162
Peter LASLETT, Review Article: The 'Scientist' in Seventeenth-Century England, in: Cambridge Historical Journal 13, 1957, p. 183
   Reviews, p. 187

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